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Nonviolent Protest Disrupts Traffic in Baltimore

In D.C., a large group gathered for a second night in front of the Trump International Hotel



    Anti-Trump Protests Continue in DC, Baltimore

    Hundreds of demonstrators continued to protest the election of Donald Trump in D.C. and Baltimore. News4’s Shomari Stone reports. (Published Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016)

    Hundreds of protesters displeased with Donald Trump's election as president have marched through Baltimore to the stadium where the Ravens were playing a football game.

    Protesters marched downtown to the Inner Harbor and then to the M&T Bank Stadium, where the Ravens were hosting the Cleveland Browns for Thursday Night Football.

    The protest brought traffic to a standstill but was otherwise peaceful.

    The Baltimore Police Department says in statement that the protest attracted a crowd of roughly 600 people. The statement says two people were detained by police but no one has been charged.

    In D.C., a large group of protesters gathered for a second night in front of Trump International Hotel.

    "I'm really scared for my life...I am scared to death because Donald Trump hates Muslims," said Rudwan Dawod, who is Muslim.

    Trump supporters also showed up outside the hotel and some argued with protesters.

    "They should just get used to it and start trying to figure out how we're all going to get along," said Trump supporter Kelley Anne Finn.

    No demonstrators were arrested in D.C. Thursday night, police said.